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Viewing custom object record reports

There are five standard custom object record reports. Each of them have Oracle Eloqua standard reporting options, which include:

The reports also allows you to copy, delete, and move custom object records.

Note: Opportunity, Oracle Sales Clouds Leads, and Purchase History custom objects are available for all trims. With a Basic trim, these custom objects can be used but you cannot create new ones. Full, unrestricted custom object capabilities are included in the Standard and Enterprise trims. Contact your account manager for additional information.

To view a custom object record report:

  1. Navigate to Audience An image of the Audience icon, which is represented by a white silhouette of a person., then click Custom Objects.

  2. Click Custom Object Record Reporting and select the desired report:
    • Custom Object Data:
      • Use this report to view all the custom object records within the individual custom object.

      • You are able to print and export the report to Excel, as well as copy, delete or move the custom object records.
    • Custom Object and Contact Data:
      • Use this report to view all the custom object records data within the individual custom object with the contact information that they are mapped to. The report can be viewed in a specified time frame. The default is the past month, but you can select a different time range by changing the time range (the Start Date and End Date) or time span (for example, Last week or Last month) and clicking the button (An image of the confirm time change button, represented by a clock.).

      • You are able to print and export the report to Excel.
    • Custom Object Waiting List:
      • Use this report to view custom object records that are mapped to different contacts and those that are not mapped.
      • You are able to print and export the report to Excel, as well as delete and move custom object records.
    • Custom Object Record Field Values:
      • Use this report to view a count for each different value associated with the field. For example, if the field has Y (Yes) and N (No) values associated with it, this report will show the count for each. Or if a satisfaction level with a training course has values assigned to it, they may be 1 to 5.
      • You are able to print and export the report to Excel, as well as view the data in chart format (bar, column, line, and pie charts are available).
    • Custom Object Record Field Value Percentages:
      • Use this report to view the percentage of the overall total for each field value.
      • You are able to print and export the report to Excel, as well as view the data in chart format (bar, column, line, and pie charts are available).
  3. Select the custom object to report on.
  4. Click Select.

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